New Delhi: ONGC recruitment through CLAT 2017 will begin on 5 May 2017. Candidates who have a degree in law are eligible to apply. ONGC will conduct the recruitment process through valid CLAT 2017 score. CLAT scores of previous years will not be considered. Other eligibility conditions can be read here. Interested candidates should be aware of the selection process. Candidates should note that the applications must be submitted online. The online application process consists of two stages: online registration for CLAT 2017 and online registration at ONGC web portal.
ONGC Assistant Legal Advisor Recruitment: Selection Process
Candidates have to appear for CLAT 2017 conducted by Chankya National Law University (CNLU) Patna for admission to LLM in National Law Universities.
Candidates will be shortlisted on the basis of CLAT 2017 score
Final selection will be done on the basis of the CLAT 2017 score and the educational qualification and performance in interview.
In case of tie ups in total marks, the order of merit will be decided on performance (CLAT score weightage+ intervew marks). Cases where marks and performance are identical, age will be considered. The one with older age will be considered senior for release.